Jul 09, 2013 09:00 PMTV Network - Syfy
Tonight's episode of "Total Blackout," the final episode in the second season, is entitled 'Celebrity Blackout.' We assume that they mean this in the same way that "Celebrity Apprentice" means 'celebrity.' That is to say, you'll know the names of the people appearing in the episode, but they might not be what you would traditionally think of as a celebrity. Either that or the fears involved in tonight's episode are celebrities. Imagine just hearing a Kardashian's voice while your in a completely dark room. Terrifying.
Jun 08, 2013
Three mother-daughter teams and one mother-son team must guess the weight of objects, identify what is in the mystery tanks and identify innocent, and no so innocent, objects placed inside bubble helmets in order to win the $5,000 prize.
Jun 04, 2013TV Network - Syfy
This is less the start of a full new season of "Total Blackout" than it is the return with the second half of the series' second season. For those who don't recall, "Total Blackout" might best be described as "Fear Factor" but in the dark. It is this whole being in the dark thing that gives "Total Blackout" it's name. People have to do disgusting/scary things in the dark. As for Jaleel White, we're not entirely sure where his name came from but we do know that he is the host of the series and, consequently, isn't required to experience the dark in quite the same way as the contestants.
Apr 09, 2013
Challengers are tasked with identifying items using only their mouth to taste, dancing around a dangerously electrifying rhythm, and facing their fears by immersing themselves in a tub filled with various undesirable objects.
Apr 07, 2013
Challengers are tasked with avoiding a fall through the floor by searching through coffins in an attempt to collect buried items; finalists must rely on their imaginations to identify disturbing items falling down to them from above.
Feb 19, 2013TV Network - Syfy
Is it a little too soon for "Total Blackout" to be doing an all-star episode? After all, this is just the end of season two, a 10 episode season which follows the first season's eight episodes? Nah. You know you want to see your favorite "Total Blackout" contestants totally blacking out again just to prove who does it the best. And, for the uninitiated, no, this isn't a show about binge drinking, it's about facing your fears in the dark. So, maybe, if binge drinking is a fear it could be on the show, but we just don't see them going in that direction.
Feb 08, 2013
For a $5,000 cash prize, contestants must identify animals in a mystery petting zoo and name the items placed on their strapped down arms, then the two finalists must race through a series of water-filled surfaces, all in complete darkness.
Feb 07, 2013
For a $5,000 cash prize, contestants must identify objects in tanks and fish plastic rings out of mystery substances with their mouths, then the two finalists must race through a maze full of traps, all in complete darkness.
Nov 09, 2012
For a $5,000 cash prize, contestants must guess the height of contortionists and transfer creatures between tanks, then the two finalists must find their way through a cross-maze full of surprises, all in complete darkness.
Nov 07, 2012
Contestants must guess the weight of animals and identify items placed around their heads inside a bubble helmet, and the two teams who make it to the final round must make their way through a maze full of mouse traps, all in total darkness.
Oct 30, 2012TV Network - Syfy
Hosted by Jaleel White (yes, yes, that Jaleel White, the one from "Family Matters"), this reality series has people do things in the dark. No, not those sorts of things in the dark, more the scary kind of things in the dark (wow, really, you're going to go there? don't give us that 'well, I've done those sorts of scary things in dark' no one wants to know about your late night, last call, escapades). There are no blindfolds here (keep it to yourself), just challenges and the overcoming of fears. Plus Jaleel White, he's also here.
May 30, 2012TV Network - Syfy
We are quite sure that you remember when we told you to watch this show during the series premiere back at the end of April. We are also quite sure that you didn't watch. Well, let us then suggest to you that maybe you ought to consider tuning in tonight for the season finale. The point of this series is to scare people in the dark and have Jaleel White tell us all about what's going on. We can't imagine a better notion for a "Fear Factor"-style show that isn't "Fear Factor."